Electronic Engineer - KTP Associate
University of Brighton KTP / Lankelma
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Electronic Engineer - KTP Associate

University of Brighton KTP / Lankelma
  • Full time Position
  • East Sussex (United Kingdom)
  • Published on September 1 2021
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Job description

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an Electronic Engineering graduate to deliver a challenging technical project with the East Sussex based business, Lankelma.

The project aims to embed current and emerging technologies and the capability to design and develop a software solution for enhanced data acquisition and processing technology into the business. This, supported by geotechnical expertise, will facilitate rapid innovation of innovative sensor combinations, addressing future markets in the Cone Penetration Testing field.

This position is a two-year fixed term contract as a KTP Associate, to deliver a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project with the University of Brighton and Lankelma.

This post will involve working closely with a second KTP Associate on the same two-Associate funded project.

What is KTP?

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About Lankelma

Lankelma are a world leading provider of cone penetration testing (CPT); a fast, efficient and reliable method for soil profiling and deriving geotechnical properties. Experienced site teams travel nationwide and internationally to deliver professional, cost-effective site investigations to produce a high-quality report with timely distribution.

Lankelma operate an extensive fleet of CPT units, from track-trucks and tracked crawlers, to mini crawlers and basement rams. Lankelma strive to overcome site challenges with unique solutions and innovative technologies led by their highly qualified technical team.

What we are looking for

You should have experience of microcontrollers, low-power analogue design and ECAD for schematic capture and simulation and sound knowledge of data communications principles and digital signal processing principles. Software design skills and low-power analogue signal processing design skills are also essential.


To be successful in this role, you will have a BEng Hons (min 2:1) in electronic engineering or a related degree.
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